Date(s) - February 19th, 2019 - February 20th, 2019
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
Fundamentals of Maintenance Management – Class is full. (To add your name to our wait list, please contact Diane Lewis at (610) 628-4578 or email@example.com.
February 19-20, 2019
8:30 am – 4:30 pm
A manufacturing location to be announced
This two-day course will be hosted at a manufacturing facility and will provide the hands‐on skills and strategies to make the switch from firefighting to true Maintenance Excellence.
Participants will receive real‐life, hands‐on experience while learning the fundamentals of Maintenance Management.
Leading a maintenance organization requires more than technical skill. This course explores the:
- Strategies and tactics required to successfully motivate your staff to grow and excel
- Financial aspects of how you will be able to drive profitability
- Safety and Environmental concerns every manager must successfully navigate
- Systems you can implement that will bring about a culture change from reactive to proactive maintenance
- Methods critical to help keep you and your people organized and optimized
- Technical challenges of your business and how to meet and exceed them
Cost: $690/person or $650/person if 3 or more
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This course is eligible for WEDnet reimbursement.
To protect proprietary information, the host company has the right to approve registrations.
Questions? Contact – Liz Wildman (610) 484.241.7057 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Instructor:
Larry Bouvier, CMRP
Fuss & O’Neil Manufacturing Solutions
Larry has decades of experience in heavy industrial maintenance as a maintenance technician, plant engineer, maintenance and plant engineering manager and project manager in the steelmaking, foundry, machining, plating, and flexographic printing industries. His focus on personal development, coaching and training of his employees, peers and clients has been instrumental in helping the companies he has worked for and his clients achieve World Class Maintenance by leading and developing maintenance organizations, establishing maintenance best practices and improving processes and equipment reliability. He possesses excellent leadership, organizational and hands‐on skills and has done maintenance organization building, shop floor and class room training in TPM, RCM, Maintenance Excellence, Maintenance Skills and Productivity improvements.
Note: All registration fees must be received in advance of the date of your event. Also, MRC must be notified two weeks in advance of this event if you need to cancel, otherwise we can only grant a credit to another MRC event. Remember, you can also send a substitute.
Registrations are closed for this event.